I read a lot in San Pancho, stretched out on the beach, toes in the sand. Then we slowly made our way home and 4 flights later I'm finally working my way through all the unread books on my kindle. Here are a few of my favourites: A Little Life… Read more of "Reading on the road #6"
Now that I've been back in England for a few weeks (and it's rained almost every day), looking at these photos feels like a different world. One where it's always sunny and the air is filled with ranchera music and everywhere smells of corn. Oh, Mexico! The place I miss… Read more of "Five trips from San Pancho"
It's been a while. The last few weeks have been busy. We said goodbye to San Pancho and Mexico after 6 months of sunshine, tacos and ranchera music. It's one of my favourite places and I've got lots more to share from our time there. Then we went to Phoenix… Read more of "Home"
When we lived in London, every Saturday we'd stroll around the farmers' market at the end of our road. Coffees in hand, chatting and browsing (but never actually buying, London is expensive peeps). So it was lovely to pick up this little tradition again here in Mexico at the Mercado… Read more of "Sayulita farmers' market"
We recently passed our two-year travelversary (that's a thing right?). We've seen a lot in that time and travelled to different parts of the world, as a couple, with groups of friends, with family. We've been on buses and overnight trains, gone on road trips and camped, stayed in hostels,… Read more of "Travel tips from two years on the road"
Breakfast is big in Mexico. We're talking eggs, baskets of handmade corn tortillas, shredded chicken or beef, refried beans, lots of salsa. Before we arrived, my knowledge of Mexican breakfasts started and ended with huevos rancheros, but there are so many more and they usually include eggs. The main thing… Read more of "A guide to Mexican eggs"